NPP NEC meet over petition from 9 NPP flagbearer aspirants

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Nine of the candidates who want to lead the New Patriotic Party (NPP) into the 2024 elections have petitioned the party leadership, and the NEC of the NPP is currently discussing that appeal.

The nine are requesting a centralized voting procedure for the extraordinary delegates conference on August 26.

They claim that they disagree with the idea of only 900 delegates being able to cast ballots at the regional level.

A final decision is anticipated to be made at this meeting, which is attended by each of the nine candidates or their representatives.

According to its constitution, the NPP will reduce its list of potential presidential candidates from ten to five on August 26.

The NPP claims to be creating a fresh register in the meantime for its special delegates’ congress on August 26.

The party claims that a fresh registration will be required because some of the delegates have already passed away.

A fresh register would be available by the end of the week, according to Justin Kodua Frimpong Koduah, general secretary of the party.

“We are in the final stage of doing the compilation. Basically, we are not going to exceed 1000 so between 900 and 1000 delegates will form the special electoral college.”


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